Just because Intel has yet again delayed its 10 nm silicon to 2020, if all goes well, that doesn’t mean fans of the processors won’t have anything to look forward to this year. And, no, they don’t have to wait for the still to be revealed Cascade Lake processors. As early as October, Intel is expected to announce its 9th gen Core lineup, still on the 14 nm Coffee Lake architecture, that will be bringing, for the first time, 8 cores to the mainstream market.
The very detailed documents acquired by WCCFTech reveal some significant core upgrades, at least to the i9 and i7 lines. At the very top is the Core i9-9900K, with 8 cores and 16 threads, a first for the mainstream market.
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